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 Post subject: Nittaku new defense ?
PostPosted: 18 Mar 2012, 08:18 
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Haven't heard much about this defensive blade...

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It is not expensive, about €27/$36
size 156 x 159
thickness 5,3
weight 90 g
5 layers

Is there anyone with more information about wood composition and blade characteristics?

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it's more like ALL or ALL+, same like a ton of ALL blades, nothing speciall...

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all wood, very good control , All- , All speed,
a slow, so good no problem blade.


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Nittaku version of the Joo Se-Hyuk blade?

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deva sarjan wrote:
all wood, very good control , All- , All speed,
a slow, so good no problem blade.


Like many here in the forum I've tried my share of all-class type blades and I have experienced different results ranging from good chopping with "fast blades" to horrible choppin with defensive blades to horrible unexpected results from good reviews. Won't go into details here ...dont wont to get sued for slander ;)

My advice is buyer beware and read as many reviews as you can but really the ones that count are from pplyers that you aspire to play like and are similar to in athletic ability. Not the pros but the club guys because that's reality. PMing them about specifics like flexibility and speed and throw would be ideal as well.

edit - wasn't sure deva sarjan was speaking from experience with the blade or just in general...

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''Nittaku version of the Joo Se-Hyuk blade?''

More than Joo Se Hyuk, it's a mixture of Matsushita Pro, Defplay senso, Stiga Allround Classic, Nittaku Endless and Grubba Pro version
of Nittaku..Joo Se Hyuk is faster, heavier..


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deva sarjan wrote:
all wood, very good control , All- , All speed,
a slow, so good no problem blade.

mine has come second hand and laquered, so maybe litle faster...and maybe my rubber combination on it is faster also...
and when you compare the selling value of the blade with shake carbon def or even willtria (what I also have) you can compare the quality also...

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